‘Is this a rule that makes sense? No, not at all. But that’s not the point, the point is that it’s his rules. ‘
Republican House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is promising a “huge push” to put pressure on D-California to pay a fine for bypassing the magnetometer installed after the Capitol riot to enter the floor of the house.
Rep. Rodney Davis, R-If his first account of watching the speaker in detail about Granthshala News enters the floor of the house from a prohibited entrance on Thursday.
“She Davis said that opened the session on the floor, known as the speaker’s lobby, “Davis said.” We are all told, a Republican was fined for doing so yesterday, that you cannot walk through those entrances unless you are disabled. “
Despite requests for comment, Pelosi’s office has not yet denied the account.
Rep. Louis Gohart, R-Texas was slapped with a $ 5,000 fine for bypassing metal detectors on Friday, when he said he would leave the floor of the house to use the bathroom.
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Davis called Pelosi’s actions part of the “specific good for you, not for me the type of coming out of San Francisco.”
“Pay the fine speaker Pelosi,” Rep. Dan Krashav, R-Texas, wrote on Twitter.
Crenshaw reported that Granthshala News Pelosi should pay a fine because his action was “against his own rules.”
“Now it’s a smart rule? No. Is it a rule that makes sense? Definitely not. But that’s not the point, the point is that it’s his rules.” She continued by Texas Republicans, who literally seized property in the form of money, which we think is unconstitutional, but in any case they are doing so.
“She Crenshaw said that he himself will not follow the rules, so we are going to make a big push for that.
Davis called the Capitol Police to report a violation of Acting Sergeant-at-Arms, Timothy Blodgate, so that he could issue a fine. Blodgate said the incident was not reported by Capitol Police on Friday.
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“The Capitol Police cannot simply file a report of violations on Republicans and look the other way by sabotaging the Speaker’s own rules, the most powerful person in the House,” Davis said.
The House on Tuesday passed a measure requiring all members to pass through the magnetometer Capitol Hill Police had erected outside the House chamber after the Capitol riot last month. Democrats were called for the measure after several Republicans claimed to be armed in the chamber during the January 6 riots. Members of Congress are allowed to carry firearms in the Capitol, but not on the floor.
Several Republican lawmakers, including Kops Colorado’s Lauren Boebert and Texas’s Louis Gohmert, refused to walk through metal detectors before entering the Chamber – prompting Pelosi to pay a fine for non-dissolution.
MPs have now been fined $ 5,000, the first time they have violated the new security protocol, followed by a $ 10,000 fine for each additional violation.
“It is sad that this step is necessary, but the Chamber of the People’s House will remain safe and secure,” Pelosi said in a statement.
GOP lawmakers on the House Administration Committee sent a letter to Acting Sergeant-at-Arms Timothy Blodget, requesting that he be issued a new $ 5,000 fine for failing to complete a security screening before entering the house floor .
The Republic wrote in a letter to Granthshala News on Friday, “Around 9:59 pm yesterday, several members saw the Speaker of the House entering the chamber of the House without completing a security check.”
“What was observed was a clear violation of House Resolution 73 and you need the House Rules to impose this penalty. Please let us know once you imposed the fine.” “We look forward to a quick response to this investigation.”
Republicans have largely viewed the magnetometer as an ineffective inconvenience, arguing that the threat seen on 6 January is not coming from fellow lawmakers.
“When you are lenient there is a penchant for action, even if that action is not effective,” Crenshaw said of the new metal detectors on the house floor and the penalties for bypassing them. “There is a tendency for virtue-signaling even when that sign is effective.”